Diary of King Chulalongkorn, volume 12, Saturday, May 28, 1881-Monday, January 30, 1881. Cremation volume for Phračhao Bō̜rommawongthœ̄ Kromphra Kamphǣngphētʻakkharayōthin. Includes brief preface, ten-page biography of the crematee, reproductions of various correspondence, brief explanatory note on the subject of rāchāsap (official court language), and three photos of the crematee: a portrait; the crematee sitting in the cockpit of a Henry Farman biplane (French aviator Charles Van Den Born appears in the foreground) in January 1911; and the ground-breaking ceremony at the site of the future Phra Rama VI bridge. The fourth illustration is a reproduction of an artist's sketch of the crematee which was used as a test to transmit the first picture via radio waves from Berlin to Bangkok. The main text, 121 pages, is volume 12 of the King's diary. From the David K. Wyatt Thai Collection, Hwa-Wei Lee Center for International Collections. This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information).